The Australian Institute of Architects is seeking expressions of interest for the role of the Creative Director for the 2012 National Architecture Conference. Inventive and enthusiastic individuals, practices, schools of architecture, or collaborative teams are encouraged to submit their expressions of interest in the role of creative director for the 2012 National Architecture Conference. The […]
August 20th, 2010
Inventive and enthusiastic individuals, practices, schools of architecture, or collaborative teams are encouraged to submit their expressions of interest in the role of creative director for the 2012 National Architecture Conference.
The appointed Creative Director will be responsible for the conceptualisation of theme and content of the 2012 Conference, while the formal and operational aspects will be the primary focus of the Institute’s events management team.
Deadline for submissions is Friday 5 November 2010.
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